The Village of Great Neck Plaza (Photo by Julie Prisco)

Great Neck Plaza Summer Promenade Night Series Returns

The highly anticipated Great Neck Plaza Summer Promenade Series is back, bringing the blend of al fresco outdoor dining and entertainment to the heart of Great Neck Plaza. The series takes place on select Thursdays throughout the summer.

Enjoy evenings of summer fun, where the community has the chance to come together to enjoy the finest dining establishments and performances by some of the region’s top musical groups.

This year’s participating restaurants include Rothchilds, Grill Time, Shoshaku, Mr. Keke Ramen Hot Pot, and LOL BBQ & Bar on Middle Neck Road, as well as desserts from T-Swirl Crepe and Haagen Daz. On Bond Street, culinary delights will be served by Yahao Asian Cuisine, Dagim, Paprika, Bee-Organic, and Great Neck Diner. The next promenade on Middle Neck Road is  July 11. Bond Street promenades will take place on July 18 and July 25.  A final promenade will be scheduled for August 1 with a location to be determined.

“The Great Neck Plaza Summer Promenade Series is more than just an event; it’s a celebration of our community that helps everyone feel more connected and proud to be part of Great Neck,” said Ron Edelson, Great Neck Plaza Business Improvement District Executive Director. “Each promenade night includes special entertainment to benefit the whole family.”

In addition to dining and live music, the promenades will feature entertainment options for kids, including bounce houses, photo booths, rock walls, and additional activities, ensuring fun for all attendees.

“The promenades highlight the importance of shopping and dining locally, promoting unity, and supporting our local businesses. We invite everyone to come out and experience the joy and camaraderie that make Great Neck Plaza special,” said Great Neck Plaza Mayor, Ted Rosen.

To learn more about the Great Neck Summer Promenade Night Series, visit

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